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Family Law / Public & Private Law

Harrington-Myers Solicitors is a specialised law firm that has
experienced practitioners who can advise you on any family law matters including non-molestation orders, domestic abuse, prohibited steps, child contact, residence, and matters involving social services. We can also advise you on collaborative law where appropriate.

We are a member of Resolution which is an organisation of lawyers who believe in a constructive, non-confrontational approach to family law matters by way of adherence to a Code of Practice (the "Code"). When disputes are resolved in the constructive and non-confrontational way promoted by the Code, the outcome can often be much better, both financially and emotionally, for all concerned. The principles of the Code are widely recognised and have been adopted by the Law Society as recommended good practice for all family lawyers.

We fully understand that a relationship breakdown is one of the most traumatic experiences that could happen in your life-time. During such a stressful and challenging time you need the right advice and care from a solicitor that listens to your needs.

We conduct work for privately paying clients and clients who are eligible for public funding (legal aid) family matters where the client meets the legal aid funding criteria.

 

Crime

We undertake work in courts throughout England and Wales. We represent clients facing all types of allegations from minor matters to the most serious and complex offences.
We specialise in fraud and sexual offences We conduct work for privately paying clients and clients who are eligible for public funding (legal aid) in crime where the client meets the legal aid funding criteria. No case is too small or too large. All of our clients are dealt with sympathetically and with discretion.


Wills & Probate


"Whatever your view, if you have assets eg, a house, savings, or a business, please make a will"

Should you pass away with no valid will, your affairs can be in limbo for years. You must be aware that without a will you could leave behind problems for your family. Whilst thinking about and talking about planning for your death may make you feel uncomfortable, you need to consider how much worse the situation could be for your family if you die without leaving a will.

We can draft your will ensuring a smooth transfer of wealth from one generation to the next, and enable you to exercise as much choice and control as possible over your financial affairs.

We understand the difficulties that can arise in relation to disputed wills and work closely with you to help you achieve a favourable outcome to your dispute.



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